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I Don't Think That I Could Love You More If I Tried #RomanticTuesday

In a different era, we would look at today’s artist as one of the queens of R&B. She would be mentioned in the same breath as some of the greats of yesteryear: Phyllis (Hyman), Stephanie (Mills), Natalie (Cole). 509 more words


Heavenly #RomanticTuesday

The combination of Webster Lewis and D.J. Rogers were unsung in R&B circles. As separate artists, both had some memorable songs, but not big hits. Lewis had three charted entries on the R&B list, the biggest of which got as high as #41 (“Give Me Some Emotion”). 252 more words


15 Great Oscar-Winning Songs!: "Mona Lisa"

Sometimes one great song is the lone claim to fame for an otherwise forgotten movie, and we can only hope that the Academy will successfully identify these diamonds of musical inspiration which are hidden in arguably unlikely places. 677 more words


Black History Month - Natalie Cole at Robinson Center

On April 3, 2005, Natalie Cole performed at Robinson Center with the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra.  She also performed a retro-duet with her late-father, Nat King Cole.   262 more words


4 Famous People Who Needed Dialysis Treatment

Kidney disease may affect anyone. In the United States, more than 65,000 individuals suffer from End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD), and about 2 million people worldwide are affected by the same medical condition. 824 more words


Earning a Seat with the Ladies of Jazz

Aziza Miller was a teacher in the New York City school system, and, because music has always been a huge part of her life, infused jazz into her classroom lessons whenever it was possible. 863 more words

"If we're gonna heal, let it be glorious."

By Tom Quiner

I spent some time on the piano tonight playing Gershwin.

I’m a sucker for George’s irresistible melodies and Ira’s urbane lyrics. By contrast, I am less than enthralled with Beyonce’s lyrics and melodies. 494 more words